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Does anybody know? - Statistics - Sudden Jihad Syndrome

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Submitted by Pat Connolly (United States), Mar 14, 2006 at 15:41

Taheri-azar's action can also be viewed as an example of the lone wolf phenomenon in both domestic and international terrorism. (The July 4, 2002 shooting by the Egyptian, Hesham Mohamed Hadayet, at the El Al counter at LAX may be another example.) Does anyone know if there has been a compilation of such incidents, other than that which could possibly be developed by researching state and federal hate crime stats?? tks
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